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loaned, taken temporarilyborrowed
accessory, auxiliary part; supplement, appendix, assistant, attached temporarily to a staff, inessential part of sentence, something extra added onadjunct
accidentally place an object where it cannot be found, misplace; arrange incorrectly, lose temporarilymislay
act as substitute, one who comes to change the place of a permanent worker that has left temporarilystand in
act of discharging workers (especially temporarily); period when one is not employed, period of forced inactivity, dismissal of employees, period of unemploymentlayoff
act of temporarily living in a camp, living in tentscamping
amaze somebody, blind with bright light; amaze, impress, fascinate, deprive of sight temporarily, light that dazzles, sparkle; something which dazzlesdazzle
amount of money that has been borrowed; something borrowed; act of giving temporarily, lend, lend a sum of money for a period of time; give temporarily, lending, loanword, money lentloan
attend without taking part, occupy building as protest, stay-in strike; invade a building, temporarily replace somebodysit in
avoid bad situation, avoidance of bad situation, be temporarily unknown to, be uttered, break free from captivity, breaking free from captivity, computer key, escape code, exit computer procedure, gas or liquid leak, leak out, means of getting away, ru...escape
bail bar, crosspiece of wicket, empty water out from boat, free a person from jail by pledging a sum of money; empty out water; rescue from distress; leave, depart (Slang); temporarily give property to another person without transferring ownership, fre...bail
bandage or sling, ligament or muscle, something which holds up or supports (such as a muscle or bandage); athletic supporter, supporting, suspending, holding up; delaying, temporarily stopping somethingsuspensory
bar somebody for a period, disperse something in liquid, hang above, hang something from above, hang; cause to stop for a period of time; postpone, defer; cause to be temporarily ineffective; temporarily debar from an office or privilege, expel, postpo...suspend
being or having a mechanism which causes a quick upward or forward motion; becoming three dimensional when opened (Art); appearing temporarily when activated (Computers), item with pop-up figures, pop fly, pop-fly, ball that is hit high up in the air b...pop-up
board with clip for securing papers, portion of memory in which an item which has been cut is temporarily stored for later use or editing (Computers); board used to write uponclipboard
boarding of ship, chat, chat with somebody, go to inspect place, go to see place, go to see somebody, inflict something on somebody, official inspection, social call, stay in a place, stay somewhere temporarily; spend time with a person or group of peo...visit
brief interval of rest, delay, reprieve, suspend temporarily, grant an intermission; suspend an execution, delay or cancel a death sentence, temporary delay, cessation, intermission; reprieve, suspension of an execution, delay or cancellation of a deat...respite
brief visit, dwell temporarily, live in a particular place for a relatively brief period of time, stay for time, temporary stay; temporary dwelling placesojourn
bring system to standstill, cause palsy, make immobile, cause paralysis, deprive of voluntary movement, make temporarily unable to moveparalyze
camera device, close off with shutters; install shutters; shut down, close (temporarily or permanently), close something using shutters, door or window cover, fit something with shutters, hinged cover for a window or door; part of a camera which opens ...shutter
catch birds at night by temporarily blinding them with light, catch roosting birdsbatfowl
cause to be dumb; make someone speechless, mute person, someone who is unable to speak; people who are unable to speak, unable to speak; temporarily unable to speak, speechless; stupid, slowdumb
causing tension, stopping something, tending to suspend, temporarily delaying; causing suspense, suspenseful, undecided about somethingsuspensive
church that temporarily serves as the central church of a diocese, temporary cathedralprocathedral
clamping of a blood vessel with forceps in order to temporarily stop the flow of blood (Surgery)forcipressure
closed at one end, confuse, cover or subterfuge, done unprepared, done without looking, hide, hiding place for hunters, made on underside of fabric, make permanently blind, make temporarily blind, make unable to judge properly, make unable to see; dazz...blind
computer memory where data is temporarily stored for quick retrieval (once the computer is turned off all data in RAM is lost)Random Access Memory (RAM)
condition of being temporarily postponed, suspension, ownerlessnessabeyance
continuing something temporarily stopped, recommencement, act of beginning again; act of retaking; continuationresumption
crime, deal in wholesale merchandise, difficulty, distribute work to others, do paid work now and then, do odd jobs; work as a middleman, buy and sell; hire temporarily for a specific task; portion out pieces of work to different individuals; punish or...job
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